[Webinar Recap] FormAssembly’s July 2020 Demo Webinar


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That’s a wrap on another installment of our monthly demo webinar series! Every month throughout 2020, FormAssembly has put together a webinar to demonstrate our platform’s cornerstone features. Each monthly demo webinar provides an opportunity for prospective customers to get a closer look at the essential components of our all-in-one web form builder and data collection platform.

At the end of each webinar in this series, we answer questions from the audience to make sure our participants have a chance to ask clarifying questions. If you missed this month’s broadcast, no worries—replay the recording in full below or read on for an overview of what we shared.

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What you’ll learn

In this webinar, Maggie Tharp, FormAssembly Content Manager, starts by providing background information on FormAssembly’s all-in-one form builder and data collection platform. She then introduces Katy Lash, FormAssembly Implementation Manager, who demonstrates some of the foundations of FormAssembly, including:

  • How to build and configure a form, including how to use calculations and conditionals
  • How to connect a form to Salesforce with prefill and submit connectors
  • How to take advantage of other FormAssembly features like reports and integrations

After the demo, Maggie shared questions from the audience for Katy to answer. As usual, these questions helped provide more information about form customization, use case options, Salesforce connector details, and more.

Key takeaways

With FormAssembly’s drag-and-drop form builder, high security and compliance standards, and robust integrations, organizations in all industries are able to get more out of the data they collect. We hope this demo webinar gave you a good idea of what FormAssembly can do for you!

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